World Famous Exorcist Father Gabriele Amorth Dies at 91 Eternal rest Dear Father.Last year, at a conference in Rome, he said “ISIS is Satan”

The outspoken Pauline priest had performed over 70,000 exorcisms over the past 30 years.

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Father Gabriele Amorth.

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The renowned exorcist, Pauline Father Gabriele Amorth, has died at the age of 91.

A priest of the diocese of Rome, Father Amorth was admitted to hospital a few weeks ago suffering from pulmonary complications, according to Italian media reports.

His death was announced by the San Paolo group which has published many of his books.

Born in Modena on May 1, 1925, Gabriele Amorth entered the Pauline congregation in Alba in 1947, five years after meeting its founder, Blessed Giacomo Alberione. Ordained in 1951, he was appointed exorcist of the diocese of Rome in 1985 by Cardinal Ugo Poletti.

Often sought out by media around the world for his views on exorcism and understanding the sturggle against evil, Father Amorth once confirmed to the Register that he thought Hitler and Stalin were “certainly” possessed by the devil, but denied that that fact removed their own personal responsibility for their actions.

They followed “the promptings of the devil and they have done so willingly,” Father Amorth said in a 2006 interview. “Therefore they are guilty, completely responsible.”

When asked if there were any leaders today who could be similarly possessed, the exorcist said there are “many who listen to the temptations of Satan and follow him.” Because of that, he said, “the world goes bad.” Instead of leading others “towards peace and well-being, the world moves towards war and unease,” he said.

Last year, at a conference in Rome, he said “ISIS is Satan” in reference to the so-called Islamic State which has been brutally murdering Christians and other minorities in the Middle East in an effort to create a worldwide caliphate. Members of the terrorist group have since been trying to spread their atrocities to the West.

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The Mysterious Appearance Of An Angel The World Trade Center, Sept 11, 2016 Video 1 minute 16 seconds

Published on Sep 15, 2016

Like countless others, Rich McCormack snapped a photo of the Tribute in Light at the World Trade Center site.
But the freelance photographer from Jersey City got more than he bargained for when he capturthe beams of light towering into the sky last week.
At the top of the beams appears to be a silhouette of an angel, though the photographer himself said it bears a striking resemblance to Jesus.
The picture was shared on social media, and many users have taken it to mean a symbolic religious sign.
Norma Cheryda Aguila-Valdaliso wrote: ‘Oh my God. God is great. God is good.
‘This has left me with so much faith – God is watching over us always.
Yvette Cid, whose children were victims of the 9/11 attacks which claimed 2,996 people, was overwhelmed by the picture.
She said: ‘That’s an awesome pic wow I lost my two boys and I believe this is a sign to all that have lost a love one.’
Nancy Diaz shared the view that someone was looking down upon New York, and Heléna Padgett said: ‘The Lord is with us and this is just another reminder. It’s beautiful.’
Mr McCormack said he had taken several photos that night, and the figure only appeared in one of them.
Some of his followers were quick to point out that his feat was no coincidence.
Cristina Fontanelli said: Oh my goodness. Richard – incredible. So many signs and wonders.
‘You must be a very special human being to have captured this. We have to believe there is more than the horrors that manifest on this planet. Thank you Jesus.’
Doris Camacho agreed, and added: ‘Do you know how blessed you are? Everybody has taken this same picture for years, but this angel chose you.’